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Ga·li·bi

 (gə-lē′bē)
n. pl. Galibi or Ga·li·bis
1. A member of the Carib people of French Guiana.
2. The language of the Galibi.

[Carib, strong man, Galibi; see cannibal.]

Galibi

(ɡɑːˈliːbɪ)
npl -bi or -bis
1. (Peoples) a member of an American Indian people of French Guiana
2. (Languages) the language of this people, belonging to the Carib family
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Kuzey Kore yonetimi, savasi, bir galibi olmamasina ragmen verdikleri mucadele sayesinde Amerikalilarin butun bir yarimadayi somurgelestirme amacinin bosa cikarildigini ifade ederek, bir zafer olarak adlandirmaktadir.
Nesting populations by contribution (largest to lowest): CR: Tortuguero, Costa Rica; MEX: Quintana Roo, Mexico; EcFL: East Central Florida, USA; SUR: Matapica and Galibi, Suriname; CUB: southwest Cuba; SFL: Florida, USA; GB: Poilao, Guinea-Bissau; ASC: Ascension Island; AV: Aves Island, Venezuela; BUC: Buck Island; TRI: Trindade Island, Brazil; RC/FN: Rocas Atol and Fernando Noronha, Brazil; BIO: Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea; STP: Sao Tome and Principe.
Factors disturbing leatherback turtles (Dermochelys coriaceo) on two nesting beaches within Suriname's Galibi Nature Preserve.
Galibi is situated in the estuary zone of the Marowijne River and plays a key role in the conservation of Leatherback and Green Seaturtles; the Galibi beaches are the largest nesting sites for leatherbacks.
7) The sites of subjects and groups pertaining to the following indigenous people were mapped: Ashaninka, Atikum, Fulni-o, Galibi, Galibi-Marworno, Guajajara, Guarani Mbya, Guarani Nandeva, Kaingang, Kamayura, Karipuna, Kariri-Xoco, Kaxinawa, Kaxixo, Kiriri, Korubo, Krenak, Kuikuro, Maxacali, Maytapu, Munduruku, Mura, Palikur, Pankarare, Pankararu, Pataxo Ha-Ha-Hae, Potiguara, Surui, Tapeba, Tapuya, Terena, Ticuna, Truka, Tumbalala, Tupinamba, Xakriaba, Xavante, Xucuru-Kariri, Xukuru.
Segun Breton (1665) los pobladores de las Antillas menores se autonombraban calliponan, calinago o carinaco, que se transformo en Callina, Karina Karibe, Galibi hasta llegar a Garifuna o Garinagu.
Between September and November 2007, convulsive crises affecting teenagers shook the Galibi Marworno village of Kumaruma (Indigenous Territory in Uaca), revealing the precarious balance that had been struck over the past 40 years in terms of the religious and ethnic re-composition, institutional alliances and relocation of the economic center from the Cassipore River to the town of Oiapoque.
On this point he had to agree with the local Galibi Indians, who called Paria "Barohui enetale", i.
Las palabras guarapo--jugo de cana fermentado, de cuyo consumo en exceso viene la palabra guarapeta--, guacamaya y guayaba--ambas provenientes del arahuaco, (3) la segunda comparte familia con los tupi guaiaba y el galibi goyaba--, y guanabana, cuyo origen esta en el taino --lengua hablada por el pueblo taino, que habitaba las Antillas Mayores a la llegada de los espanoles--provienen de esa region.
Known at first to the Spaniards as Galibi, their name was soon corrupted to Canibal, in English, Cannibal.
Meclis secimleri sonucunda Tunus'un Cagrisi 86 vekille secimin galibi olurken, 69 vekil cikaran Nahda Partisi secimde ikinci oldu.
Avant de porter son attention sur le chamanisme et les rites de couvade chez les Galibi de Guyane francaise, Jean-Jacques Chalifoux s'etait interesse a la possession rituelle, a l'occasion de ses recherches doctorales au Nigeria; sa formation en anthropologie biologique l'avait par ailleurs sensibilise a la question de la transe et des <<etats modifies de conscience>> qui suscitait de nombreuses recherches en anthropologie psychologique et en ethno-psychiatrie chez les Americains du Nord.